Question about Samsung LN32A540 32 in. LCD HDTV
The audio goes to zero and stays there. We can trick it by using the side panel controls. Put the audio up and quickly hit the menu button. If we try to exit the menu screen, audio goes back to zero.
Sounds like you need to replace the buttons on the side of the tv. I can get you a part number if you will supply me with the full model code and version of your tv.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: SP42W5HFX menu problem
Here is what going on. This is a internal fix. You need to do a small voltage adjustment. There are 2 controls. Your VS adjust and your VA adjust. Maybe your VE adjust. Look inside the panel there will be a sticker with the correct voltage. Just adjust accordingly. Be very careful. These are very important adjustment.
Posted on Dec 06, 2007
SOURCE: Menu Trouble
perhaps the volume down button on the TV is stuck. It could be either physically stuck, or the electronic logic could be messed up. Just to rule out a problem with the remote, take the batteries out of it and then adjust the volume at the TV and see what happens.
Posted on Sep 07, 2008
There are two possibilties, the buttons on your TV are stuck on one position or your control inteface board is damaged. I would need mopre info to rectify.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
Check the tv pannel manually control on the right,see if it work.Then it ur remote tries take it aparts clean it with some alchol with a Q tips there a screw under the batteries input,after that change the batteries,That one solution.The other have to take ur tv apart to change the sound board.
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
Plug the audio out to check it isn't the speaker itself failing. I suspect it is the audio circuit section of the board. But a few times I have experienced the speaker unit circuit where the magnet is caused the problem. So using an external speaker helps to determine speaker vs circuit
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Posted on Oct 11, 2009
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